Working Women, Past to Present Essay by lutt

Working Women, Past to Present
A look at the impact working women have had on society.
# 49047 | 2,695 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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This paper discusses how far women have come in the workplace. The jobs of women past compared to the jobs of women today. It discusses efforts such as Take Your Daughter to Work Day and the impact they have had on women's lives.

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"Throughout history women have held power positions such as queens, wives, lawyers, doctors and ambassadors to other nations. Women held some of the most powerful and hard working positions in biblical times. In pre-industrial society women worked right beside their husbands and children. Many believe that women's status in the workforce improved dramatically during World War I and World War II. The industrial boom of the late 19th and 20th centuries helped many women to enter the workforce. Although today women are entering more occupations than ever, there are still more glass ceilings to be broken."

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